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  1. I think taking half tablet will not affect him.

  2. Summary: Astronomer The Max Plank institute for Astrology measured the alignment of magnetic field in gignatic plain cloud of gas for the first time they found that magnetic field play vital role in forming denser cloud this set for the birth of new start several experiment were conducted and they reached with different opinion about galaxy so the person Hua-bai Li and Thomas choose the different approach by choosing different target.they used thet telescope SMA which measured the specific properties of radiation with orientation of magnetic field.So they fcome to conclusion that magnetic field play vital role when it come to dense molecular cloud and setting for the atge of birth of star.

    Central Idea: Magnetic field play an important role in formation of denser cloud and stage of birth of star

    RC Passage for 28-Mar-17: Abh123's entry

  3. Vocabulary Flashcards | Vocabulary Test
    libertine [ LIB-er-teen, -tin ]
     noun ]
     MEANING :
     1. a person who lives without moral restraint
    2. a person who is a freethinker
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     Feudal, conservative societies offer no place to a libertine.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     The two brothers, the zealot and the libertine, dominate Coll's epic account of the wealthy Saudi Arabian family whose construction industry fortune was amassed by their father, Mohamed.
    ABC News, Blood Brothers: Could Osama Have Been Tamed?, By MARCUS BARAM, April 3, 2008
     
    voluminous [ vuh'-LOO-muh'-nuh's ]
     adjective ]
     MEANING :
     1. bulky or having a large size or volume
    2. ample, sufficient or full
    3. winding or having a large number of coils
    4. lengthy or filling a large volume or a large number of volumes
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     The voluminous fold of her skirt dragged behind her.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     Giggling, he helps me fold and pin my voluminous headscarf under it.
    BBC, Southern Iraq diary: Basra, 17 March, 2004
     
    touchstone [ TUHCH-stohn ]
     noun, adjective ]
     MEANING :
     1.(n.) a criterion, test or standard to measure quality or genuineness
    2. (n.) a black, siliceous stone that was priorly used to test the purity of gold
    3. (adj.) basis or a quintessential or an important feature
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     The checks failed as none of the important touchstones were achieved.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     Pay has been the touchstone issue of the financial crisis.
    Economist, The revolution within,May 14th 2009.
     
    subdue [ suh'b-DOO, -DYOO  ]
     transitive verb ]
     MEANING :
     1. to overpower
    2. to overcome by force or persuasiveness
    3. to exercise restrain or moderation
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     When Charles was overcome by an epileptic fit, we subdued him by holding him down.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     The arresting agent told Sutton that Daniel Boyd attempted "to acquire his side arm," and that Dylan Boyd "failed to comply with their instruction and had to be subdued."
    CNN, No bail for 'jihad' suspects despite judge's skepticism, Mike Ahlers, 5 august 2009
     
    tactile [ TAK-til, -tahyl ]
     adjective ]
     MEANING :
     1. pertaining to or characterized by the sense of touch
    2. perceptible to the touch
    3. tangible
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     The author's tactile description of the setting was so vivid and lifelike that the reader would invariably get involved in the story.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     My background was in making buildings accessible to people with various disabilities, and part of that involved creating tactile diagrams of floor plans and emergency routes for visually-impaired people.
    BBC, Beatrix Potter characters remodelled for blind children, Neil Prior, 1 February 2010.
     

  4. Let's see who has the bigger mouth !

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  7. Daily RC Passage for the date 27-Mar-17

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    canny [ KAN-ee ]
     adjective ]
     MEANING :
     1. prudent, shrewd or cautious
    2. thrifty, careful or steady
    3. snug, quiet or cosy
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     His canny mind found a way out of the trap.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     I suspect that Indian businessmen are canny enough to make the transition with minimal damage.
    The Times of India, Getting around job quotas, by SWAMINOMICS/SWAMINATHAN S ANKLESARIA AIYAR, 24 Oct 2004
     
    wince [ wins ]
     noun, intransitive verb ]
     MEANING :
     1. (intr.v.) to cringe, flinch or draw back
    2. (n.) a start, flinch or recoil
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     He winced but accepted his punishment without a protest.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     Mo Williams' left eye was swollen, bandaged with four stitches around it and bruises that caused him to wince with every blow.
    abcNEWS, Cavs' Mo Williams Disappearing Against the Magic, by ANTONIO GONZALEZ, May 25, 2009
     
    synopsis [ si-NOP-sis ]
     noun ]
     MEANING :
     1. a condensed statement on a topic
    2. a summary or a brief version
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     All the students were told to write a synopsis of the lecture and submit it the following day.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     An eight-page synopsis of the allegations against the 17 men and boys was given to defense lawyers Tuesday.
    CNN, Lawyer: Government says terror plans included beheading, 7 June 2006,
     
    rousing [ ROU-zing ]
     adjective ]
     MEANING :
     1. exciting, inspiring or stimulating
    2. active or lively
    3. extraordinary or astonishing
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     The minstrel always succeeded in producing rousing feelings of ardour whenever he sang his ballads.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     Reality Hunger is a manifesto aimed at rousing writers of today to gain inspiration from the real world.
    The Telegraph, Reality Hunger: A Manifesto by David Shields: review, Philip Womack, 23 February 2010.
     
    dally [ DAL-ee ]
     intransitive verb, transitive verb ]
     MEANING :
     1. (intr. v.) to delay, dawdle or waste time
    2. (intr. v.) to trifle, toy with or act in a flirtatious way
    3. (tr. v.) to while away or waste
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     The parents told their son that he would miss the school bus if he dallied.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     We didn't dally as we had an appointment with the farrier and the donkey's hooves couldn't wait.
    BBC, Happily Ever After, Jane, 25 November 2009.
     

  9. Question Of The Day (27-March-17)



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  10. Summary: Facts that differentiate two leading personality i.e Mallya & Branson

    Central Idea: Central ideaof passage is if things is going good,all is fine

    RC Passage for 25-Mar-17: vam98's entry

  11. Summary: How the tigers of the corbett park are being killed or being poached and the data about the tiger population in india in the past years.This paragraph also gives the information about the committies to save tigers and the data of tiger population is provided .

    Central Idea: How to conserve the tiger population in india

    RC Passage for 26-Mar-17: rrr12's entry

  12. Daily RC Passage for the date 26-Mar-17

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    condign [ kuh n-DAHYN ]
     adjective ]
     MEANING :
     appropriate; well-deserved
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     The death penalty would be the most condign punishment for somebody who commits a cold-blooded murder.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     It is condign punishment that Mr Brown will be at No 10 to reap the harvest he has sown.
    The Telegraph, As Mr Brown will find next door, his is not quite the miracle that is proclaimed, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
     
    lexicon [ LEK-si-kon, -kuh' n ]
     noun ]
     MEANING :
     1. a dictionary
    2. a list of words used in a particular subject
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     The term, 'swine flu' is probably the latest addition to the medical lexicon.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     While it is not likely that the listener will understand the lyrics that flow from the speakers, the language of polyrhythm and syncopation transcend the impositions of any systematized lexicon.
    National Geographic, New African Composers
     
    wraith [ reyth ]
     noun ]
     MEANING :
     1. a spectre or ghost
    2. a ghostly apparition of a person that is supposedly seen as an omen just before his death
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     The wraith was seen once every year.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     It was the mangroves he noticed first, reduced to cobwebbed wraiths as far as the eye could see.
    Economist, Arthur Galston, Jun 26th 2008
     
    sunder [ SUHN-der ]
     noun, intransitive verb, transitive verb ]
     MEANING :
     1. (tr.v.) to severe, split or divide
    2. (intr.v.) to sever, divide, split or part
    3. (n.) division, split or separation
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     At the end of the ceremony, the priest said, "May no man sunder what God has put together".
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     The Snowdon marriage was finally sundered early in 1976 when the News of the World published an apparently "intimate" picture of the princess and Llewellyn in Mustique.
    CNN, Like Diana, a twinkle in her eye, February 10, 2002
     
    sumptuous [ SUHMP-choo-uh's ]
     adjective ]
     MEANING :
     1. lavish or luxuriously grand
     USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
     The poor man asked for a morsel of food but was given a sumptuous meal instead.
     USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
     Don't worry if they collapse when cooked - the look you are aiming for is a sumptuous mess.
    The Telegraph, Seasonal recipes: Creamy grilled tomatoes with basil on flaky pastry, Rose Prince, 27 August 2009
     

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